SLO 1: Applied Instrument: Perform a variety of stylistically appropriate musical works in a primary applied area.
SLO 2: Ensembles: Lead and collaborate with other musicians in large and small ensembles.
SLO 3: Musicianship Ability: Exhibit comprehensive musicianship ability in various musical contexts and skill sets.
SLO 4: Critical Thinking: Think critically about music through analysis, listening, and evaluation.
SLO 5: Music History: Effectively communicate about the influences and practices of Western art music, music of Non-Western cultures, and popular music traditions.
SLO 6: Faith Integration: Articulate a personal philosophy related to the integration of authentic faith and personal character in the life of a career musician.
SLO 7: Learning Methodologies: Integrate appropriate learning methodologies in the classroom to teach diverse student populations using a variety of instrumental, vocal, and ensemble combinations.
SLO 8: Theories and Technologies: Critique music learning theories and instructional technologies as applied to best practices in music education.
SLO 9: Repertoire: Employ appropriate repertoire and methods for teaching general, instrumental, and choral music in the classroom.